Game Highlights

Sept. 20 at Reynolds:

Hood River won 11-8.

Stan Ocheskey, 1 goal

Myles Cameron, 2 goal

Arthur Finstad, 3 goal

Connor Dunn, 3 goal

Blake Winner, 1 goal

Russel Grim, 1 goal

Sept. 27 at Gresham

Hood River won 16-9

Stan Ocheskey:

9 goals, 1 assist

Myles Cameron:

1 goal, 2 assists

Connor Dunn :

2 goals, 2 assists

Arthur Finstad:

1 goal

Russel Grim:

2 goals, 1 assist

William Lamer:

1 goal

Trey Schilling:

1 goal

Connor Dunn won the sprint at the start of the game, which led to Stan Ocheskey scoring a goal for Hood River within the first 8 seconds of the game. Ocheskey stunned the Gresham team with a total of 9 goals. Hood River finished the first half tied with Gresham at 8 to 8, and then dominated in the second half to win 16 to 9. It was a fast-paced game, with the Eagles getting 11 steals. Hood River’s goal was well defended by Sebastian Marquez, Arthur Finstad and Texx Shwiff.

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Coach Dave Cameron said after the game, “This new team has exceeded my expectations, as well as everyone else’s. Given how late we started the team and our lack of experience, my initial goal was to try to win a game by the end of the season. Now that we’ve won two out of three games, it’s time to rethink what we want to accomplish and set our sights a lot higher.”

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